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Mathias Schlegel

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    I’m a freelance audio engineer/producer/sound designer based in Malmö, Sweden. Check out www.rymdljud.com or follow me on Instagram :)
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  1. I’m using the OR-30 and I got the optional front cover to replace the front bag with. I like using the smaller front cover, the way it attaches it actually acts as a smaller pouch, though you can’t attach the transmitter pouches on the front cover. But for those situations when you need to be a bit thinner I would recommend the cover.
  2. Yes, it's the OR-30, the new model with the removable front pouch, which is a quite nice feature. I agree with engaudio about the conforming to the body but I also like the rigidness of the Orca.
  3. Yeah it's quite comfortable and distributes the weight nicely on the back. It's the Orca OR-40 harness, I think I got it from Pinknoise in UK.
  4. Thank you! Do you mean a picture of it in action? In case you are, here’s a picture from todays set
  5. Since I've always found this thread very inspiring I thought I'd contribute with my latest bag setup 🙂
  6. Hi, I'm looking to invest in the R4+ and I'm in the middle of planning my kit to be. It will consist of the R4+, two Wisycom MCR42 and some IFB and so on. My question now and my Google-fu fails me with this one. Do anyone of you know if it would be possible to power the two receivers successfully by just using a Hirose split like this one http://www.hawkwoods.co.uk/Prods/Product/LA-18 going out from the R4+? Will the power be sufficient? I'll also use an external smart battery together wth the internal one. I will not be using the RC8+ but I know that's a good power distribution alternative as well.
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